What's in July-September 2017?
Surprisingly little new product this quarter from Canon, which means you're getting more technique than ever!
This issue you're getting in-depth technique articles on manual focusing, HDR and white balance, so you can improve your sharp shots and take more control. You'll be taken on our tour of Tokyo at twilight with Sam Pritchard, and Andrew Fusek Peters goes on safari in his back garden to freeze moments in time with his Speedlites and EOS 1D-X series cameras.
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Christopher Head explains why he uses extreme wide-angle lenses to capture dramatic images of his subjects.
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Andrew Fusek Peters takes us through his journey of experimentation with high speed flash to photograph wildlife in his back garden
EOS CAMERA KNOWHOW
Even though your camera has a fast and effective autofocus, there are occasions when you need to take control and focus manually. Canon provides features to help you get it sharp.
High Dynamic Range imaging involves combining images taken at different exposures into a single final HDR image. We show you how you can do this –either in-camera or using DPP.
We take a look at the new white balance options on recent EOS cameras and offer a refresher course on the settings available on your DSLR camera.
Land of Technology project
Sam Pritchard's love of Tokyo
Learn about the little back-up battery in your EOS camera that quietly keeps track of time, remote accessories for your EOS system, plus the difference between a pentaprism and a pentamirror.